Fluid Mechanics: Including Hydraulic Machines By A. K. Jain
The purpose of writing of this book was prompted by a desire to meet the requirements of an average undergraduate student in engineering. It is the outcome of the author's association with the subject for the past four decades. While planning the course contents, the general requirements for civil, mechancial, aeronautical, chemical and electrical engineering students were kept in mind.
The book has been thorougly revised. Valuable additions have been made in Chapters on Drag and Lift by adding a section on Drag on road vehicles and enlarging scope of Hydraulic Turbines by including photographic information on scroll casing, guide vanes and runners of different kinds, as also certain important hydroelectric installations of the country. Also included are sections on small hydropower plants and wind energy.
The objective type questions have been revisited and pruned to bring effectiveness and desired objectivity.
More worked out problems of typical nature drawn from reputed universities, UPSC Exams. and GATE Exams. have been added to enhance the usefulness of the book. A special feature is the inclusion of several specially designed objective type questions given at the end of each chapter.
|Audience of the Book :|
|A Text Book for Engineering Students.The book in its present form aims to cater to the needs of B.E./B.Tech. students of Civil, Mechanical, Aeronautical, Automobile, and Industrial & Production engineering branches of various universities.|
|Table of Contents:|
♦Properties of Fluid
♦ Fluid Statics
♦ Kinematics of Fluid Motion
♦ Dynamics of Fluid Flow
♦Dimensional Analysis & Principles of Model Testing
♦ Navier- Stokes Equations of Motion
♦ Boundary Layer Flow
♦ Laminar Flow
♦ Turbulent Flow in Pipes
♦ Drag & Lift
♦ Analysis of Pipe Flow
♦ Flow through Open Channel (Uniform Flow & Non-Uniform Flow)
♦ Flow Measurements
♦ Compressible Fluid low
♦ Fluid Machines
♦ Reciprocating Pumps
♦ Centrifugal Pumps
♦ Ideal Fluid Flow
♦ Hydraulic Systems & Devices
♦ Technical Data on Fluid Mechanics
♦ Air Craft Hydraulic Systems
♦ Fluid Power Pneumatic.